Fall Favorites 2023 Week 8

Welcome to Fall Favorites – Week Eight

Guest Artist Daniel J. Corey / New Artist Angelique Luro / Part 2 from William B. Hoyt


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Guest Artist Daniel J. Corey

Sherbert Room – Oil 12×16
Low Tide – Oil 6×6
Instagram Famous – Oil, 16×16
Green – Oil 8×8

I am a traditional painter rooted in the aesthetic values of the Ashcan school and the French Impressionists. Inspired by light quality, color harmony, and abstract shapes, my paintings are created from direct observation and memory. I enjoy the challenge of painting nontraditional views and subjects and the views that make Maine, Maine.

Daniel J. Corey

New Artist Angelique Luro

Wander-Acrylic and Mixed-Media Collage on Canvas 8-X-8
Solitude – Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas, 12×12
Sheltered Harbour – Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas 24×24

Every piece of art that I create teaches me something. I like to think of it as an exploration. The inspiration for my work is simple: nature and all she encompasses. My curiosities are vast. I approach painting playfully with a good sense of humor. I aspire for my work to become a meaningful and joyful piece of your story.

Angelique Luro

William B. Hoyt PART 2

Morning Flight | Oil | 18″ X 18″


Morning Abstraction | Oil on Canvas | 22″ X 22″


End of the Pier | Oil on Panel | 20″ X 30″

Wimby and Kathy made a surprise visit to Maine Art Hill this weekend bringing us three beautiful, new works. We had the pleasure of chatting with Wimby about his time spent at the Cape Porpoise pier gathering photographic inspiration for these pieces. Morning Flight shows the early morning movement of the birds who live under the pier; Morning Abstraction captures the reflections of working boats; and End of the Pier features the local favorite lighthouse: Goat Island Light.